List of streets named after Adolf Hitler

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Adolf Hitler street sign being taken down during Denazification

This is a partial list of streets and squares named after Adolf Hitler during the era of Nazi Germany.

The zeal with which German municipal authorities attempted[citation needed], immediately after the seizure of power, to play their part in the "National Rising" (German: Nationale Erhebung) is shown by the practice of conferring honorary municipal citizenship on Hitler, and even more by naming a street (Straße), a square or place (Platz), a promenade (Anlage), an avenue (Damm, Allee), a stadium (Kampfbahn), or a bridge (Brücke) after the new chancellor. As early as March and April 1933, a wave of renamings swept through Germany's cities. Most of the examples in the list come from this period.


City 1933–1945 name Pre-1933/Post-1945 name
Augsburg Adolf-Hitler-Platz Königsplatz
Berlin Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Charlottenburg; further renamings were planned for after the "Final Victory") Reichskanzlerplatz/Theodor-Heuss-Platz
Berlin Adolf-Hitler-Sport-Platz At the Ostpreussendamm and Krahmerstrasse, opposite of Schlosspark Lichterfelde. Now a soccerfield. Still a stadion next to it.
Bratislava Hitlerovo námestie Masarykovo námestie (1918–1938),(1945–1953)/ Námestie 4. Apríla (1953-1989) / Hlavné námestie (1989–present)
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Brücke (Lüderitzbrücke after 1939) Große Weserbrücke (torn down, 1961)
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Brücke (new in 1939) Westbrücke/Stephaniebrücke
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Hemelingen) Rathausplatz
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Lesum) An der Lesumer Kirche
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Aumund) Hammersbecker Straße
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Lesum) Kellerstraße
(now Wrocław, Poland)
Adolf-Hitler-Straße Friedrich-Ebert-Straße/Mickiewicza street
Budapest Hitler Adolf tér (1938-1945) Kodály körönd
Cologne Adolf-Hitler-Platz Platz der Republik/Deutscher Platz (Ebertplatz after 1950)
Cracow, Poland Adolf-Hitler-Platz (1939–1944) Main Market Square
Dortmund Adolf-Hitler-Allee Hainallee
Düsseldorf Adolf-Hitler-Platz Graf-Adolf-Platz
Düsseldorf Adolf-Hitler-Straße Haroldstraße
(now Bratislava, Slovakia)
Adolf-Hitler-Straße Masarykova (1918–1938) / Benešova (1945–1948) / Stalinova (1948-1989) / Zadunajská cesta (1989–present)
Eppingen Adolf-Hitler-Straße Brettener Straße
Essen Adolf-Hitler-Platz Burgplatz
Essen Adolf-Hitler-Straße Kettwiger Straße; Viehofer Straße
Esslingen Adolf Hitlerplatz - / Marktplatz
Euskirchen Adolf-Hitler-Straße Hochstraße
(Now Twardogóra, Poland)
Adolf Hitler Platz Plac Piastow
Frankfurt am Main Adolf-Hitler-Anlage Gallus-Anlage
Freising Adolf-Hitler-Straße Obere Hauptstraße
(now Gdynia, Poland)
Adolf-Hitler-Straße Świętojańska
Hagen Adolf-Hitler-Straße (1945-1960) Ebertstraße; function as main street and B7 taken over by nearby Graf-von-Galen-Ring and half of the street being destroyed in 1960; (1960–present) Am Hauptbahnhof
Hamburg Adolf-Hitler-Platz Rathausmarkt
Hamburg Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Winterhude) Bebelallee
Hamburg Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Altona) Platz der Republik
Hamburg Adolf-Hitler-Damm (Wandsbek) Friedrich-Ebert-Damm
Hamburg Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Wilhelmsburg) Wilhelmsburger Reichsstraße
Hannover Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Hermann-Göring-Platz after 15 September 1933) Corvinusplatz
Hannover Adolf-Hitler-Platz Theaterplatz
Hannover Adolf-Hitler-Straße Bahnhofstraße
(now Jihlava, Czech Republic)
Adolf-Hitler-Platz Masarykovo náměstí
(now Krnov, Czech Republic)
Adolf-Hitler-Platz Hlavní náměstí (Main Square)
Kiel Adolf-Hitler-Platz Neumarkt/Rathausplatz
(now Kaliningrad, Russia)
Adolf-Hitler-Platz Ploshchad Pobedy (Victory Square)
(now Włocławek, Poland)
Adolf-Hitler-Platz Plac Wolności (Freedom Square)
(now Łódź, Poland)
Adolf-Hitler-Straße (1939–1944) Piotrkowska Street[1]
Memel (now Klaipėda, Lithuania) Adolf-Hitler-Straße before 1939, Prezidento Smetonos Alejo / Präsident Smetona Allee
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Pasing) Avenariusplatz
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Allee (Solln) Diefenbachstraße
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Obermenzing) Verdistraße
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Untermenzing) Eversbuschstraße
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Allach) Vesaliusstraße
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Aubing) Limesstraße
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Lochhausen) Schussenrieder Straße
Nuremberg Adolf-Hitler-Platz Hauptmarkt
Osnabrück Adolf-Hitler-Platz Neumarkt
Osnabrück Adolf-Hitler-Straße Bramstraße
Riga, Latvia Adolf-Hitler-Allee (1942–1944)
Adolf-Hitler-Straße (1942–1944)
Brīvības bulvāris
Brīvības iela
Rome, Italy Viale Adolf Hitler Viale dei Partigiani
Saarbrücken Adolf-Hitler-Straße (1935–1945) Bahnhofstraße
Soultz-sous-Forêts, France Adolf-Hitler-Platz rue des Barons-de-Fleckenstein
Strasbourg, France Adolf-Hitler-Straße rue du Sauvage
Strasbourg, France Adolf-Hitler-Platz place de la Réunion
Strasbourg, France Adolf-Hitler-Platz place Broglie
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Straße Planie
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Birkach) Bei der Linde
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Stammheim)
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Feuerbach) Stuttgarter Straße
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Plieningen) Paracelsusstraße
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Möhringen) Laustraße
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Vaihingen) Böblinger Straße/Hauptstraße
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Kampfbahn (Bad Cannstatt) Neckarstadion
Tallinn, Estonia Adolf-Hitler-Straße (1942–1944) Narva maantee
Tartu, Estonia Adolf-Hitler-Platz (1942–1944) Raekoja plats
Valkenburg, Netherlands Adolf Hitler-Allee (1942-1944) Kloosterweg
Vienna Adolf-Hitler-Platz (1938–1945) Rathausplatz
Sofia, Bulgaria Adolf Hitler blvd. Evlogi and Hristo Georgievi Boulevard [2]
Warsaw, Poland Adolf-Hitler-Platz (1939–1944) Piłsudski Square, formerly Plac Saski (Saxon Square, named after the Saxon Palace) 1818-1928, 1939–40, 1945–46
Zittau Adolf-Hitler-Straße

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